Quick and easy Baked Sausage Sandwiches #DoItAllMom #cbias

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As a busy working mother, I know the value of time. I am constantly juggling all my time between work, blogging, taking care of my boys and cooking. So my goal is  to squeeze the cooking in between everything else. So I am always looking for products to help me but also use 100% all natural ingredients.  This is why I’m thankful for Tyson fully cooked sausage patties.

tyson fully cooked sausage patties

I had the opportunity to shop at Sam’s club to not only pick up a bag of the new sausage patties, but I got to try them in store. The nice lady at the station made sausage sandwiches with english muffins and the boys and I dug in. They were so delicious! It got me thinking about what I could make that would be quick and also delicious but most of all: something the boys could eat without any major trouble.

This recipe is perfect for me to make on a Sunday morning or for dinner any night during the week. Since I am gone before the boys get up for school, I never have the change to make breakfast until the weekend. But this recipe would be prefect to make before the kids go to school. A nice hot breakfast served with some eggs. It only takes about 2 minutes to cook the patties, about 2 minutes to make the sandwiches then just wait for them to bake! And the sausage by themselves are delicious so feel free to cook an extra one for you (and the kids) to nibble on while waiting on the sandwiches. I look forward to incorporating these sausage patties into more recipes.

tyson fully cooked sausage patties

Baked Sausage sandwiches

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  • crescent recipe creations (crescent roll with no cuts)
  • 4 Tyson fully cooked sausage patties
  • 4 slices of your favorite cheese


Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray cookie sheet with oil.
Cook sausage patties as directed. If using frozen patties, bake for 5 minutes longer.
Cut the crescent into 4 pieces and stretch to fit the patty.

Tyson fully cooked sausage patties

Place the cheese slice in top of the patty and cover. Secure the sides of the crescent dough so nothing comes out.

Tyson fully cooked sausages

Place on a cookie sheet and bake for 17-20 minutes. Allow to cool before serving.

You can purchase the Tyson Fully Cooked Sausage Patties at your local Sam’s Club. I was happy to have some help while shopping for our needs from my family. Make it a family time trip! Follow me through my shop on my google + album here. You can follow Tyson on both Facebook and Twitter.

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  1. Dijah A says

    I love this idea! I wonder how the freeze, but this would be a nice and quick breakfast for those hectic mornings.

  2. says

    Those look delicious! What a great idea. I use crescent rolls for Mini Meatball Bombers, but never thought to make breakfast sandwiches!

  3. says

    I always forget about the versatility of that crescent dough! It’s so flaky and buttery tasting I bet it was amazing with the sausage and cheese. I love that this is such a quick and easy meal! Not having to cook the sausage before saves so much time.

  4. says

    My husband would love this – he’s a big sausage fan. I love how quick and easy the recipe is, I wonder if you could make them ahead & freeze?

    • Ashley T says

      I think you could, as long as they had something between them so they didn’t stick together, like wax paper :)